Kyoung A Lee
Staff Reporter
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Connecticut holds its 19th tax-free week

From ponchos to socks, a variety of clothing and footwear items under $100 were exempted from the sales and use tax last week as part […]

Wooster Square celebrates cherry blossom trees

Spring has arrived in the Elm City, and the blooming of the Wooster Square cherry blossom trees is proof. On Sunday, organizers expect over 10,000 […]

Series discusses inclusive economic development

On Wednesday, Aliana Pineiro from the Boston Impact Initiative Fund and Lucas Turner-Owens from the Boston Ujima Project discussed investment strategies for engaging residents in […]

Visiting art historian talks politics of abstraction

On Tuesday at the Yale Center for British Art, Catherine Spencer, a lecturer in art history at the University of St. Andrews, delivered a talk […]

New CRISPR tool detects the spread of cancer

In a new study, researchers at Yale have created a new method to detect metastasis, or the spread of cancer, by identifying the genetic interactions […]

Former senator Flake talks partisanship and polarization

On Thursday, to a crowd of more than 80 students and faculty, former Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake discussed the demise of bipartisanship in Congress and […]

Venture capitalist discusses tech companies’ violation of data ethics

On Tuesday, the Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale hosted a conversation at the School of Management with venture capitalist Roger McNamee ’80, an […]

Bioengineered blood vessels may help vascular disease patients

Researchers at Yale and North Carolina-based biotechnology and regenerative medicine company Humacyte have confirmed that their bioengineered blood vessels evolve into living tissue in patients, […]

Professors host conversations about the implications of artificial intelligence

On Friday, Yale professors from several departments hosted a workshop on artificial intelligence at 150 York St., engaging students and faculty in conversations about the […]

Study discovers the mechanism of bronchial spasms

A new study by researchers at Yale and Johns Hopkins University has discovered how asthmatic bronchial spasms — muscle contractions in the airway that cause […]

School of Medicine provides opioid withdrawal drug training for students

Last Friday, final-year medical students at Yale School of Medicine participated in a mandatory four-hour training course for prescribing buprenorphine — a drug that helps […]